Sunday, 15 April 2018

Killer Kids Volume 1

 22 shocking true stories of kids who kill, including;

Kip Kinkel: Voted by his classmates, the “Most Likely to Start World War III,” Kinkel was a crime just waiting to happen. Add guns to the mix and you have a massacre.

Eric Smith: The brutal murder of a young boy shocks a small community in upstate New York. No one could have guessed that the killer was just 13 years old.

Barry Loukaitis: The tragic tale of a bullied child, an unstable mother, and a shooting spree that destroyed three young lives.

Cayetano Santos Godino: Known as the “Jug-eared Dwarf,” Godino was a juvenile serial killer who terrorized Buenos Aires, Argentina during the early 1900s.

Dedrick Owens: A cold-blooded murder committed by a killer who, shockingly, was just six years old.

Sam Manzie: A problem child from an early age, Manzie eventually devolved to murder when he lured, raped and strangled an 11-year-old boy.

Joshua Phillips: A horrific sex crime with an unlikely perpetrator, the most popular kid on the block.

Jesse Pomeroy: A malevolent youngster who killed at least two children and tortured many others, Pomeroy might just be America’s youngest serial killer.

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Killer Kids Volume 1

Wednesday, 14 March 2018

Murder Most Vile Volume 20

 18 classic true crime cases from around the world, including;

Femme Fatale: She may have had the looks of a Hollywood star but a cold heart beat in Barbara’s chest. Ultimately, it would lead her to murder.

The Devil and the Deep Blue Sea: When bodies start bobbing to the surface in Tampa Bay, the police fear that they have a serial killer on their hands. Will they catch him before he kills again?

The Ripper’s Wife: Convicted murderer Florence Maybrick may have done the world a great service. She may have killed Jack the Ripper.

Bad to the Bone: Willie’s grandfather had done time for murder, so too had his dad. Why break with family tradition?

Granny Ripper: She was 68 years old and she was a serial killer. Not only that but she hacked her victims apart and may have snacked on the corpses.

Kill, Keys, Money, Jewelry: Tired of her grandparents’ strict discipline, a teenager decides that there is only one way out – bloody murder.

Fatal Beauty: He was a man used to getting his own way and woe betide the woman who crossed him. Still, few could have predicted that he’d sink to such depravity.

Dead End Road: Call it teenage curiosity if you will. Gary desperately wants to know how it feels to kill someone. Today he’s going to find out.

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Murder Most Vile Volume 20

Tuesday, 6 March 2018

Serial Killers: Bobbie Sue Terrell

Born: October 16, 1952

Number of victims: 12+     

Date of murders: 1984

Method of murder: Strangulation / Poisoning  

Location: St Petersburg, Florida

Born in Woodlawn, Illinois, Bobbie Sue Terrell grew up to be an overweight and painfully shy girl who was obsessed with religion. After graduating high school, she decided on a nursing career, her choice motivated by the medical afflictions of her siblings, four of who suffered from muscular dystrophy. She received her nursing diploma in 1976 and shortly thereafter married Danny Dudley. The couple later adopted a son, when it was learned that Bobbie Sue could not bear children.

Bobbie Sue Dudley was distressed at not being able to bear children, but in other ways her life appeared to be on track. Then her adopted son was hospitalized due to a drug overdose and her husband accused her of feeding tranquilizers to the child. Divorce followed and Bobbie Sue was also stripped of custody. Alone again, her health and mental health began to decline. She was hospitalized five times for various ailments and ended up in a state mental hospital for over a year.

Yet despite her mental health issues, Terrell was back working as a nurse soon after her release. Before long, however, colleagues were reporting bizarre occurrences involving Terrell, including incidents of self-harm. As a result, she was moved on from several positions, ending up eventually at North Horizon Health Center, in St. Petersburg, Florida. No long after, patients on Terrell’s late night shift began dying.

No alarm was raised when Aggie Marsh died on November 13, 1984. The patient was, after all 97-years old. But the death toll soon mounted. Five more elderly women died in under two weeks. Then, on November 26, five patients died in a single day. That resulted in a full-scale investigation leading to Terrell’s dismissal.

That, of course, wasn’t the end of her problems. In January 1985, the authorities obtained exhumation orders for nine patients and as a result of the autopsies charged Terrell with four murders.   

Bobbie Sue Terrell’s trial eventually got under way in February 1988. By then she had struck a deal with the D.A. and pled guilty to second-degree murder. She was sentenced to a 65 years in prison.

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Tuesday, 13 February 2018

Deadly Women Volume 3

18 classic true crime cases of women who kill, including;

Judy Buenoano: After poisoning her husband and two lovers, Judy turned to a car bomb for her next murder.

Marybeth Tinning: Losing one baby might be called a tragedy, losing eight almost certainly spells murder.

Kemi Adeyoola: Teen killer Adeyoola compiled a step-by-step checklist for the perfect murder. Then she acted on it.

Nancy Kissel: After years of abuse, Nancy finally struck back at her husband… with a milkshake.

Delphine LaLaurie: She was a respected member of the New Orleans elite. She was also a sadistic torturer who committed unspeakable acts against her slaves.

Belle Gunness: A deadly Black Widow who sent at least 42 lovelorn suitors to an early grave and then disappeared without a trace.

Dorothy Williams: A particularly vicious female serial killer who stabbed, bludgeoned, and strangled her elderly victims to death.

Catherine Wilson: Catherine might well have gotten away with four murders, had she not decided to change her poison of choice – to sulphuric acid!

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Deadly Women Volume 3

Monday, 15 January 2018

Murder Most Vile Volume 19

 18 classic true crime cases from around the world, including;

Time of Death: When a corpse gets caught up in fishing nets off the coast of southeast England, the only clue to the victim’s identity is the Rolex watch he’s wearing. Who is he and how did he die?

Desperate Housewives of Silicon Prairie: Bored housewife Candace though that her affair with her best friend’s husband was just harmless fun. She didn’t expect to end up on trial for her life.

East Side Story: Two of Manhattan’s brightest young things hook up in Central Park for a late night tryst. One of them ends up dead. An infamous case from New York City.

Murder at the Nunnery: When an elderly nun is raped and murdered in her bed, all clues point to an addle-brained teenager. But was Johnny Garrett put to death for a crime he didn’t commit?

Who Speaks for the Dead?: A fascinating glimpse into the world of forensic entomology, as science steps in to resolve an “uncrackable” double murder.

Keeping Up with the Joneses: When a divorce turns nasty, the Jones clan comes up with a novel way of resolving the custody issue. He can’t see his daughter if he’s dead!

War Machine: Everyone knew that Officer Woo was a fuse ready to blow. Few could have predicted the extent of the carnage he would cause.

Let Sleeping Dogs Lie: It was the perfect murder, cleverly conceived and expertly executed. But then the killer got greedy and decided to file a lawsuit against his victim’s estate.

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Murder Most Vile Volume 19

50 American Serial Killers You've Probably Never Heard Of Vol. 6

50 shocking true crime cases, including;

Charles Albright: Some people collect coins or stamps, Charles Albright collected eyeballs.

Paul Bateson: The depraved killer behind New York’s “Fag in a Bag” murders.

Anthony & Nathaniel Cook: Horrendously cruel siblings who terrorized Toledo, Ohio with a series of startlingly bloody murders.

William Gautney: A murderous tramp who rode the rails across America, snatching and killing children wherever he stopped off.

Vicky Dawn Jackson: Deadly nurse who turned a small Texas hospital into a house of death.
Richard Macek: The ‘Mad Biter’ savaged his victims with his teeth.

Joe Roy Metheny: Cannibal killer who claimed that he sold his victims’ flesh in 'pork sandwiches.’

Joseph Naso: This killer rapist enjoyed posing and photographing his victims’ corpses.

Gary Lee Schaefer:’Born-again Christian’ and diligent churchgoer, Schaefer was also the savage sex slayer of young girls.

Lesley Eugene Warren: A smooth-talking lady’s man with a taste for rape and murder.

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50 American Serial Killers You've Probably Never Heard Of Vol. 6

Friday, 10 November 2017

Deadly Women Volume 2

18 classic true crime cases of women who kill, including;

Laurie Bembeneck: Gorgeous ex-cop and playboy bunny who was convicted for the murder of her husband’s former wife and became America’s most infamous fugitive.

Christine & Lea Papin: The Pain sisters were considered the perfect domestic help, until the day they went feral and turned on their employers.

Sylvia Seegrist: Everyone thought Sylvia Seegrist was a harmless kook – until the day she showed up at the mall brandishing an assault rifle.

 Mary Wilson: A black widow with a twist, the elderly Wilson did
not kill for money but rather to facilitate her quest for true love.

 Joanna Dennehy: Mother-of-two Dennehy embarked on a campaign of apparently motiveless murders, stabbing and slashing three men to death.

Andrea Yates: A troubled young woman finds the burden of caring for her five children too much to bear. Her solution to the problem will shock you to the core.

Theresa Cross: How far will a mother go to maintain control over her children? As far as torture? As far as murder?

Dorothea Puente: Notorious American serial killer who turned her Sacramento boarding house into a lucrative murder-for-profit enterprise.

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Deadly Women Volume 2